eAA in the News
Welcome to The e-Assessment Association
The e-Assessment Association (eAA) is a not-for-profit membership body with three major goals.
- To provide professional support and facilitate debate/ discussion for everyone involved in this field of expertise;
- To create and communicate the positive contributions that technology makes to all forms of assessment and;
- To develop statements of good practice for suppliers and consumers of e-Assessment technologies.
The eAA builds awareness of the benefits that technology brings to assessment, particularly around delivering better learning and assessment, rather than just greater efficiency.
The eAA also works to ensure that it has a strong voice and influence in the key policy debates involving the assessment of learning, training and competency.
Latest Blogs, Features and Updates
Welcome to the latest quarterly from the eAA 2016 was a very positive year for the association - a year of renewed energy from the board as a whole; the speed-learning event back...
hindustan times. Sep 17 2017 The controversial On-Screen Marking (OSM) assessment method, which the Mumbai University adopted this year for checking answer sheets of students, may not be used for upcoming examinations, after...
The West Australian News. Tuesday, 22 August 2017 5:35PM The national teachers’ union has called on education ministers to abandon the rollout of online NAPLAN testing because of concerns it will disadvantage students...